Register 2019

Kyle Houston 1st U16 3000m – 9.34.11 Edward Hsing 1st U19 pole vault – 3.90m 4th U19 hammer – 30.76m 6th U19 javelin – 35.60m Sam Idiens 1st U15 3000m – 9.16.95

Athletics New Zealand Club Championships

The main event was held in excellent conditions on Saturday 23 March. College athletes achieved a number of close finishes and personal best performances in their events, gaining 14 championship titles, 11 2nd places and seven 3rd places. Two College athletes broke Canterbury records: Sam Idiens won the U15 3000m, setting a new age record of 9.16.95, on Tuesday; and Charlie Cameron won the U16 pole vault and set a new age record of 3.10m. Congratulations to the team, and thanks to the teachers helping – especially Dr Briar Wait – and all the coaches for their hard work. Jordy Annand

Christchurch, 8–10 March 2019 Nine College athletes represented Canterbury at this event. On Friday the boys competed in wet conditions, which made it difficult for athletes to achieve their best performances. On Saturday the competition was held in excellent conditions and many personal bests were achieved. On Sunday there was some drizzle but really good running conditions, although field events were hard, particularly the pole vault. Nevertheless, Eddie Hsing excelled in his event and probably would have cleared 4m had the drizzle not been a factor. Jordy Annand 3rd U20 long jump – 6.64m 26th U20 100m – 12.11 Alfie Baker

(Canterbury record) Christopher Ireland 6th U19 400m – 53.89 James Lange

3rd U14 1500m – 4.41 5th U14 800m – 2.17.69 Robbie McKeown 2nd U19 300m hurdles – 45.86 7th U19 long jump – 5.55m Lachlan McVicar 2nd U14 javelin – 32.19m 3rd U14 80m hurdles – 12.97 9th U14 long jump – 4.88m Jasper Moss 1st U17 100m AWD CP – 14.24 1st U17 200m AWD CP – 30.77 Joseph Nash 2nd U14 400m – 56.55 4th U14 200m – 25.87 Ryan Oorschot 4th U19 long jump – 54.84m Nant Prachuabmoh 2nd U15 triple jump – 11.83m Nont Prachuabmoh 5th U15 triple jump – 11.07m William Pryor 3rd U16 pole vault – 2.70m Sam Rutherford 5th U19 pole vault – 2.80m George Smith 2nd U14 100m – 12.50 5th U14 200m – 26.72 Hendrix Taylor 2nd U15 javelin – 34.97m 5th U15 shot put – 10.50m Angus Thorne 6th U15 800m – 2.18.75 7th U15 1500m – 4.47.73 Matthew Todd 1st U19 hammer – 46.65m 6th U19 discus – 30.29m

1st U19 long jump – 6.52m 1st U19 triple jump – 13.27m 5th U19 100m – 11.83 Alfie Baker 1st U19 high jump – 1.81m 1st U19 javelin – 40.19m 3rd U19 triple jump – 12.48m Oliver Beresford 2nd U19 hammer – 46.13m Jack Bethell 6th U14 400m – 59.55 Matias Biraben-Clough 6th U19 1500m – 4.30.21 Charlie Cameron 1st U16 pole vault – 3.10m (Canterbury record) Tim Cross 11th U19 triple jump – 10.35m 14th U19 100m – 12.50 Dominic Croucher 9th U14 high jump – 1.50m 12th U14 100m – 13.64 Lawson Davey 2nd U16 pole vault – 2.70m Matt Durant

3rd U18 high jump – 1.87m 3rd U18 javelin – 39.84m Oliver Beresford 4th U18 hammer – 48.28m Charlie Cameron 2nd U18 pole vault – 3.38m Matt Durant 8th U18 400m – 54.18 Edward Hsing 2nd U20 pole vault – 3.90m 5th Senior pole vault – 3.85m Jasper Moss 1st U17 400m AWD CP – 70.39 1st U17 200m AWD CP – 29.51 Matthew Todd 7th U20 hammer – 40.04m John Wells

6th U18 400m – 52.97 9th U18 200m – 23.86

Canterbury Secondary Schools’ Championships 23 March 2019 College had 34 athletes competing in 59 events, with many athletes entering three or more events (if in relays). The championships began with the U14 and U15 3000m and athletes with disabilities (AWD) events, which were held on Tuesday 19 March.

4th U19 200m – 23.77 5th U19 400m – 53.39 Marcus Hamilton

1st U16 hammer – 25.44m 2nd U16 discus – 41.75m 5th U16 shot put – 10.70m Alex Hemens 3rd U19 hammer – 33.75m


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